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Former leader of the U.K. Independence Party Nigel Farage joined "Your World with Neil Cavuto" to discuss a recent Gallup Poll showing many Americans are skeptical of Donald Trump's ability to handle an international crisis.

According to the poll, 53 percent said they were not too confident/not confident at all in Trump's ability compared to 46 percent who said they are very confident/somewhat confident.

"Even if those figures were true, I don't think Donald Trump needs to worry too much about it. I think with every day that passes, he's actually gaining in confidence," said Farage, the leader of the U.K. Brexit movement.

Farage also commented on the sample size of the poll being just over 1,000 people.

"How on earth could that be representative of American opinion?" he said.

Farage said that Trump needs to simply do his job starting Jan. 20, and "if he does that, he'll see some big shifts in public opinion."

Watch the clip above, and share your thoughts with us on Trump's ability to handle an international crisis.

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